Do weight loss pills work? High Point University’s Dr. Joy Greene, a clinical pharmacy professor, discusses the pros and cons of weight loss aids.
The Salvation Army’s goal this year was to collect 1,600 stockings from across the city. Thanks to the leadership of HPU’s Student Government Association and multiple groups across campus, HPU filled 1,100 of those stockings, nearly 70 percent of the total goal.
Local minister Amos Quick, one of several ministers reading the Christmas Story during High Point University’s Community Christmas, previews the night of celebration and reminds the community of the reason for the season.
Barry Kitley, High Point University director of community relations, previews all Community Christmas event offerings and the T. Wingate Andrews High School drum line plays a sneak peak of their Thursday night performance.
Santa visits High Point University’s campus and talks about his excitement to welcome community children and give them a gift during HPU’s sixth annual Community Christmas.
Ryan Anderson, a High Point University student volunteer, shares how approximately 400 volunteers run the university’s annual Community Christmas Celebration. which features numerous attractions like the Polar Express train ride.
Students at High Point University work to make the holidays a little brighter by stuffing stockings for the Salvation Army’s “Stuff a Stocking” Campaign. They filled the stocking with school supplies, toiletries, toys and much more as a gift for community children.
Barry Kitley, High Point University’s director of community relations, provides a preview of the sixth annual Community Christmas celebration on campus. The night includes visits with Santa and a gift for every child, a petting zoo, Polar Express train rides and falling snow across campus. The event is entirely free and open to the public.
High Point University has a unique program that allows Say Yes Scholarship recipients to dedicate themselves to community service while also gaining professional experience.
High Point University’s Roger Clodfelter speaks with reporter Elaina O’Connell before the start of HPU’s annual Community Prayer Breakfast. HPU rang in the Christmas season with the signature Christmas tradition, which was open to the public and included special music, a silent prayer in memory of alumni, members of the university family, the community and friends […]
In the wake of an attack on the campus of Ohio State University, reporter Bob Costner talked to High Point University staff and students about their extensive safety plan on campus.
The newest High Point University Poll shows that 78% of North Carolinians will not head to the stores on Black Friday and a majority will also avoid shopping at stores that are open on Thanksgiving. HPU’s Dr. Martin Kifer provides a potential explanation for this shift.
The most recent High Point University Poll shows that the large majority of North Carolinians will not head to the stores for Black Friday deals.
In an interview with WXII’s Kenny Beck, High Point University political scientist Dr. Martin Kifer breaks down the polling process and explains where things may have gone wrong for many pollsters during election 2016.